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P1C2-463-A September 28, 1944 O * vo .16 Radio Technical Planning Board + ♦ * I * 141 PANEL 1 STANDARD BROADCASTING C October 2, 1944 P4-586-A Printed In U.S.A. SI « - \ X- T K h 5 k Radio Technical Planning Board • * * COMMITTEE 4 Frequency Allocation and Service Limits PANEL 6 TELEVISION v April 14, 1944 F4C4-*8»-A Printed la the U.S. A., Radio Technical Planning Board * * * COMMITTEE 5 Standards of Good Engineering Practice lor Television Transmitters PANEL « TELEVISION April 14, 1M4 P6C5-31A.A Prtat«4 fat tike C.S.A. ,Xv5 RADIO TECHNICAL PLANNING BOARD MINUTES OF FIFTH MEETING OF PANEL 2 FREQUENCY ALLOCATIONS HELD NOVEMBER 1, 1944 Printed in U. S. A. I WO X-T!'65«0 1 Radio Technical Planning Board • * • COMMITTEE 2 Synchronization Standards and Video Modulation PANEL 6 TELEVISION April 14, 1S44 P6C3-3B8-A Mated !■ the C.S.A. m '"**»- 12 4 Radio Technical PlanniniThoard • * * Report On Standards and Frequency Allocations For Postwar Television PANEL 6 TELEVISION April 14, 1944 PflU399-A rrtmte* la <h»VAi X-T- Radio Technical Planning Board * * * Report On Standards and Frequency Allocations For POSTWAR FM BROADCASTING PANEL 5 Jbm 1, 1*44 PB-344.A Frtato# la tttm V.l February 20, 1345 Docket No. 5651 X-TK65 4 Brief re: Panel 13, Commit Submitted by Daniel S. Noble tee 8, Limited Private Telephone for the At the allocation hear in I ^«uated a & \ iaitea Pr v ate licensing of a .service which was ^acriD & ^^ u ns Telepnone Service. Ky P r0 P°? al Stable BI walkie-talkie units policy for the use of one watt P°™^ e * safety and efficiency in business applications ^ 6 ^ Riders the request, but would be increased The J°°J®S allocation. The Citizens' " substitutes the "^ti^ens^adio Jlloo^^ possibilities and Radio allocation offers some, stabilities will be met by the the challenge to explore the pooSihiii^i country. I hope radio industry and by the radio a ^£Yllooation will become that the 460 to 470 mc. Citizen* that Li'lti H-UW uu *■ • - — - , a .art of the FCC final report. , n , . a „„< m-nent is interesting, it eoes While the Citizens' Radio ^^^ Private Telephone not in any way substitute for the Limited v s3nsit ivity, Proposal. The high battery dianlim.te^ ^ ^ ^ 47Q and severe shadowing effects enc^an. of vvame -talkie service band make it unsuitable fo. «-ew service. I fe*l bnat "reposed fcr the Limited x-rivate^i.le ?non ^ sion t0 nia * e the responeibility for the ftil^e o^ . g ^ since it provision for the walke talkie ,„ v , r , ny own, since it is P?^.osal was not fully understood. evident from the report t. ; at a, P- o. I wish to clarify the oropoocil. Sill l ; R . ar.d Regulations it,, -tqt'nii operating in •- &at ion is "• o j , j. h ,. Mf L t communications relative to ^ ££ &1 communications whioh M o « ^ j T^rniocts of bonent to tnc . u j f the FCC a Provisional e' Intermittent Service for of lifo ^" d property, or no ce projects ^i , , liberalized Provisional **l* provisional station rules be , stations and that -he rul ViCi ;t.;>ined to ■ in connection with ". What I propose is a I sun est that the present j over Class 1 provisional extended to include a new class to A Class II Provisional staLioiib =i" u uiiu ' "" _ -•»;„» ^i Stations. •«■ ^j-"^^ --- -*r, _ be too» - ?-?" " iS^cf'o^ie-.obile station with a Station shall be a portable maximum power outp ,at of 1 watt.' The trar. itter shall be crystal_ maximum ; ** ^ . s h a ll be subject to FCC controlled and t*e station design l design snaii o« ou ? ««« - „ „ a tiq- - _ i h nii be rranted by the *0C foi sa ^ 1& Certificates of approval snail be gr nj ^ d liceise Wlll ce factory manufacturers' ..designs ancPa sim. issued to the user of approved ^m-.xi For the present, no ■tor: license requirements I resent, no c^ang- in Problems could be explored, d^ d ' Un r L i cert" f cates U woSld bfrequired. aat. I third o^ss operator ourtif*oat ionfll 3tatlon c third class operator oe ""*S Provisional Station a simplified form for olass 11 - rov operator's ■tar* license may also be adopted. -1- Priuted in ILS.^ 1 P13C8-684-A A SUBMITTED BY PANEL 4 AT ORAL ARGUMENT X-iiv 6 5 4Q BEFORE FCC START NG FEBRUARY 28> ^5 U FEDERAL COrhWJICATIONS COLilSSIOF r ■■ WASH IHGTOF, D. C. In the Letter of: ) Allocation of Frequencies to the various classes of n on -governmental services in the radio spectrum from 10 kilocycles to 30,000,000 kilo- cycles . DOCKET K>. 6651 Panel 4 on Standard Broadcasting of the Radio Technical Planning Board respectfully submits this I.emorandum Brief in the above entitled matter in an endeavor to assist the Commission in determining the minimum allocation requirements of certain services which are supplementary and incidental to standard broadcastings REPORT OF PROPOSED ALLOCATION. OF 25,000 TO 30,000,000 KILOCYCLES, DOCKET 6651 Under date of February 1, the proposals of the Commission as set forth on pages 59 to 65 inclusive of the report, were transmitted to the membership of the panel. Expressions of opinion were requested in order that such views may be made known to the Commission. It appears that the membership of the Panel are in general agreement with the Commission's proposals with the exception of those pertaining to the allocation of frequencies for relay broadcasting. The allocation for this service has been the subject of considerable study by subcommittees of Panel 4, as many broadcasters attach much importance to this service* Relay broadcasting has made it possible to bring to the public the most important public service events of our time, some of which would ^ X have been i-noossible without adequate relay channels and others on which (5 *i 12 X-TKb5 4GF lb RADIO TECHNICAL PLANNING BOARD PANEL 3 H. F. GENERATION Printed in U. S. A.